Brown reverses, uses ads in N.Y

Colford, S. W.
April 1992
Advertising Age;4/6/1992, Vol. 63 Issue 14, p41
Trade Publication
Reports that Jerry Brown joined the mainstream last week by unleashing a series of conventional 30-second campaign shots in New York. Launched a media barrage; Trippi, McMahon & Squire produced the spots.


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